VITA Free Tax Preparation, 10am-2pm, Claudia Hampton Hall, Welch Hall, D-165
Student Research Day, 6-9pm, Feb 15; 9am-8pm, Feb 16, Loker Student Union
Speaker Series: Tolerance and Violence in the Mind of God, with Dr. Michael Jerryson, 2:30pm-3:45, Fifth floor, Library South Wing
Play: She Kills Monsters, March 10 and 11, 8pm, University Theatre
Exhibitions: Heated Exchange and Ancient Histories: Encaustic Monoprints by David A. Clark, Mon-Thurs, 10am-4pm, University Art Gallery, LaCorte Hall A-107
Male Success Alliance Summit, 8am-2pm, Loker Student Union
Play: She Kills Monsters, March 17 and 18, 8pm, University Theatre
Play: She Kills Monsters, March 19, 2pm, University Theatre
Entrepreneurial Institute Sandbox, Thursdays, 4-6pm, Welch Hall-160B
The awarding-winning Donald P. and Katherine B. Loker Student Union opened its doors in January 2007. The Loker Student Union is a unifying force for campus life, a gathering place for the campus community, and a home for programs, services, facilities and people that serve students, faculty, staff, alumni, visitors, and the surrounding community.
The academic calendar provides information about class schedules, exam schedules, add/drop periods and academic related deadlines for students.
The Department of Theatre and Dance has an ambitious production program that demands and develops our students' commitment to theatre and education. Approximately six major productions are presented each season, including contemporary plays, classics, musicals, dance concerts, ethnic works, and touring shows.
The University Art Gallery is one of the major exhibition spaces in the South Bay area. The gallery presents ten exhibitions each year, including a series of student showcases in Design and Studio Art that explore different artistic styles, cultures, historical periods, social movements, and media.
Each semester the Department of Music offers an array of musical performances demonstrating the talent of its students and faculty, and of the local music community.
The Toros are proud members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) competing at the Division II level, and are among the 12 universities competing in the California Collegiate Athletic Association. Bringing excitement and tradition to the campus through 10 different sports (4 Men's and 6 Women'), the Toros boast four NCAA Div II National Titles, nine NCAA West Region Titles, and 29 CCAA Conference Titles, and two national titles under the former NAIA.